International Floorball Federation
Official logo of the International Floorball Federation
|Formation||April 12, 1986|
|Founded at||Huskvarna, Sweden|
The International Floorball Federation (IFF) is the worldwide governing body for the sport of floorball. It was founded on 12 April 1986 in Huskvarna, Sweden, by the national floorball associations of Finland, Sweden and Switzerland. As of June 2016, it had 68 member associations, with 4,728 clubs and 354,640 registered players. It is recognized by the IOC and is an ordinary member of the GAISF.
This is a list of International Floorball Federation member nations. It includes associations, committees, confederations, federations, and unions.
There are currently 70 IFF members (45 ordinary members and 25 provisional members). The newest members are Burkina Faso and Rwanda.
- IFF founded
- 5 The Norwegian Floorball Federation is a division of the Norway's Bandy Association, and therefore governed by it.
- 6 The Great Britain Floorball & Unihockey Association was the originating governing body representing floorball within Great Britain, before being replaced by the United Kingdom Floorball Federation in 2012.
|Confederation Name ||Founded||Headquarters|
|Asia Oceania Floorball Confederation (AOFC)||2005||Singapore City, Singapore|
Based on the amount of registered floorball players and a country's population, a list of the top 25 countries has been compiled:
|Country||Registered Players||% of Population|